Responsible Reward
Course Information

One-day class instructed and developed by Corinne Carr, thought leader on Responsible Reward

Date: TBC
Location: London.
Duration: One day, 9am to 5pm.
Format: Classroom course, round tables. Places are limited to maximise interaction within the group.
Fees: £500.00 + VAT per delegate.

WHAT IS RESPONSIBLE REWARD?

Responsible Reward is a growing global trend in remuneration. It forges a link between business, sustainability and remuneration strategies by integrating non-financial measures (Environmental, Social and Governance, also called ‘ESG’) into annual bonuses and long-term incentive plans (LTIPs).

Starting at the executive level, Responsible Reward applies to everyone in receipt of variable pay. It increases accountability to a wider range of internal and external stakeholders not just on how much the business is making but how the money is made. This includes how the business impacts the environment in which it operates and the communities whom you serve and that serve you.

PeopleNet-Responsible Reward from PeopleNet on Vimeo.

For pre-course reading about Responsible Reward, download your free copy of Corinne Carr’s report from: www.peoplenet.ltd.uk/download-the-responsible-reward-report

PURPOSE AND AIMS OF THE COURSE

This course will cover:

  • The Earth Overshoot Day, an overview of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the latest update of where we are in relation to these goals.
  • Current and new executive remuneration regulations and initiatives that affect you and your investors.
  • What is Responsible Reward?
  • Examples of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ practices in the market.
  • The five-step PeopleNet E.A.R.T.H.® (Evaluate, Ascertain, Realise, Tell and Help) methodology to implement Responsible Reward.
  • Working sessions looking at you and your fellow attendees’ annual reports – i.e. how you link your business, sustainability and remuneration strategies (or not, as the case may be!) and the changes you could make.
  • The opportunity to discuss with your peers how, as a reward professional, you hold an influential position in this global agenda.
  • Corinne’s insights as a thought-leader on Responsible Reward.


WHO SHOULD ATTEND

You will benefit from this course if you’re working for a firm that has, or is developing, a sustainability agenda to attract and respond to the demands of your customers, suppliers, investors and, of course, your employees to create a responsible business.

This course is intended for reward professionals who:

  • Design and implement incentive plans to support their firm’s or their clients’ business strategy.
  • Communicate these plans to employees and external stakeholders.
  • Monitor incentive plans’ impact and effectiveness.

We will also be inviting our investor network to attend this event with the aim to provide a balanced yet dynamic discussion and the opportunity to share complementary viewpoints.

WHAT YOU WILL GAIN FROM THIS COURSE

By attending this event, you will:

  • understand what Responsible Reward is
  • how you apply it to your own organisation
  • how your role as a reward professional is key
  • how, by implementing Responsible Reward, you and your firm will be joining a group of pioneers in your industry, attract investments and fulfil your employees’ quest for a sense of purpose whilst contributing to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Without this course, you will:

  • continue to reward leaders and colleagues for what they do without considering the impact of their work and behaviours inside and outside of the firm
  • fail to identify and fulfil your firm’s wider societal purpose
  • risk missing out on market share, regulatory compliance, investments and talent.

So come and join this rewarding event!

COURSE LEADER

Corinne Carr is a Remuneration Consultant based in London who specialises in executive pay. She advocates that remuneration should extend beyond rewarding for financial performance to incentivising positive societal impact. She is a leading voice in the field of Responsible Reward which forges a link between corporate performance, sustainability and pay outcomes. Using the bespoke E.A.R.T.H.™ methodology (Evaluate, Ascertain, Realise, Tell, and Help), Corinne integrates environmental, social and governance (ESG) measures into remuneration structures so that clients become an investor, an investee and an employer of choice.

Corinne works closely with the UNPRI and Cass Business School, London, to promote better engagement on remuneration matters between investors and corporates.

She established the remuneration consultancy, PeopleNet Ltd, in 1998 and her clients include major international banks, asset managers and listed firms. Bilingual in French and English, Corinne started her career with Bank of America in 1990 and holds an MBA from the EUA, San Francisco. She is a Fellow of the CIPD and first studied HR in Paris where she grew up. Further details about her background can be found at www.peoplenet.ltd.uk.

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PURPOSE AND AIMS OF THE COURSE

This course will cover:

  • The Earth Overshoot Day, an overview of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the latest update of where we are in relation to these goals.
  • Current and new executive remuneration regulations and initiatives that affect you and your investors.
  • What is Responsible Reward?
  • Examples of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ practices in the market.
  • The five-step PeopleNet E.A.R.T.H.® (Evaluate, Ascertain, Realise, Tell and Help) methodology to implement Responsible Reward.
  • Working sessions looking at you and your fellow attendees’ annual reports – i.e. how you link your business, sustainability and remuneration strategies (or not, as the case may be!) and the changes you could make.
  • The opportunity to discuss with your peers how, as a reward professional, you hold an influential position in this global agenda.
  • Corinne’s insights as a thought-leader on Responsible Reward.
London 10/10/2019 - 10/10/2019

TBC